While the food was average, the value in visiting this restaurant is in the exposure to many of the 80 different cultures and languages of Ethiopia. To really appreciate the songs and dances, it is helpful to go to this restuarant with a native who can explain what the different songs and dances mean and from which region/culture they depict. I was fortunate in that I was surrounded by Ethiopians who shared their knowledge with me. It made the evening well worth the time and much more fascinating. Regardless of whether you understand the songs/dances or rituals, it is impossible to not be impressed with the sheer athleticism and physicality of all of the dancers. Well worth a visit.
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